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Re: various papers



These sound like papers that are sold by Aiko's Imports in Chicago, among
other places.  They are used for collage, for lining boxes, for making
lampshades and window shades.  Some of them can be printed on with
woodblocks.  At 10:08 AM 10/3/96 -0700, you wrote:
>This small department recently moved some old (20-30+ yrs) equipment and
>supplies from a remote storage area.  The area, most of the time, was
>temperature and humidity controlled.
>
>When I went to put things into map drawers inside our new area, I discovered
>packages of different types of paper that I had never seen before.  I would
>like to know what it is and what it is used for or suitable for.  At present
>they are just taking up space in a space-at-a-premium area.
>
>Name on label            Stock #     Quantity on hand  Size    Color
>
>TEA CHEST GOLD           ---         100 SHEETS        20 X 29"  METALIC
>
>LACE PAPER               ---         400 SHEETS        24 X 36"  WHITE
>
>KINIWASHI CREAM                      400 SHEETS        24 X 36"  CREAM
>
>A LOO BOGEN            NR534102      500 SHEETS      18 3/4 X 24 3/4" BROWN
>
>A LOO BOGEN            NR534161      500 SHEETS       (AS ABOVE)      TAN
>
>A LOO BOGEN            NR534141      500 SHEETS       (AS ABOVE)      GREEN
>
>A LOO BOGEN            NR534121      500 SHEETS       (AS ABOVE)  BLUE/GREY
>
>A LOO BOGEN            NR534151      200 SHEETS       (AS ABOVE)      GREY
>
>NATSUME                 4007         100 SHEETS          24 X 36" OFF WHITE
>
>UNRYU                  ----          100 SHEETS          24 X 39" OFF WHITE
>
>CHIRI                   ---          200 SHEETS       23 1/2 X 35" MULBERRY
>                                                                    BARK
>
>MULBERRY              ---            150 SHEETS       24 X 33 1/2"   CREAM
>
>ARCHES COVER          ---            100 SHEETS       22 X 30"  OFF WHITE
>
>
>The first three items say Made in Japan.  The rest have no indication
>visible as to where made.  Some had Andrews/Nelson/Whitehead on the label.
>
>Any information would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks so much.
>
>
>Claudia Stall
>Head, Collection Preservation Unit
>Love Library
>San Diego State University
>
>"Be kind, do good work, and touch the earth gently."
>


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